Gerwyn Price is the International Darts Open champion

Gerwyn Price has won his first title ever on the European Tour.

There were probably not many who had Gerwyn Price as winner of this year’s International Darts Open, but he has done it.

Gerwyn Price has had a terrible 2018 so far, but this evening have changed that.

The Welsh started the day by beating Daryl Gurney by 6-5. Price came easy ahead by 5-1, but Gurney nevertheless got up 5-5 before Price could pull out of the match with the victory.

In the quarterfinal he beat Ryan Searle, who had otherwise played a good tournament until then. In the semifinal there was again a need for the final and crucial leg when Price won 7-6 against Steve West.

In the final, Price then faced Simon Whitlock. Before the match, the position was 6-3 in Whitlock’s favor, compared to mutual matches, but obviously not something that Gerwyn Price had in mind.

The Australian did not get many chances in the final, as Gerwyn Price won 8-3.

It was otherwise a fairly close start to the game, where Whitlock even came in front by 3-2, but then Gerwyn Price won 6 legs in a row and hence he could be called the International Darts Open 2018 winner.

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Final day of the International Darts Open

Ryan Searle is ready for the final day at the International Darts Open after his victory against Peter Wright.

It is the last day of this year’s International Darts Open and therefore we must have found a winner.

Today’s first match stands between Ian White, who chases his second title in a row. However, he must first pass by James Richardson, to reach the quarterfinals.

Then Simon Whitlock will play Steve Beaton before Joe Cullen takes the fight against Darren Webster.

Mensur Suljovic, who is now the highest seeded, faces Danny Noppert, followed by Jonny Clayton against Steve West.

Adrian Lewis has also reached the third round. Here he faces Stephen Bunting, who moved on to the third round with a 6-3 win. The two players have met nine times and there have been six wins for Adrian Lewis.

Gerwyn Price is, almost surprisingly, also ready for the third round. He won by 6-3 against John Henderson yesterday. He is today opposed to Daryl Gurney, who surely got through to the third round with a 6-2 victory yesterday.

The last match of the afternoon’s program is between Ryan Searle, who sent Peter Wright out of the tournament yesterday, and Martin Schindler.

You can see the full program, as well as the draw to the quarterfinals below. As always, matches can be followed on PDC.TV from one o’clock.

Sunday September 16
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)
Third Round

Ian White v James Richardson
Simon Whitlock v Steve Beaton
Joe Cullen v Darren Webster
Mensur Suljovic v Danny Noppert
Jonny Clayton v Steve West
Adrian Lewis v Stephen Bunting
Daryl Gurney v Gerwyn Price
Ryan Searle v Martin Schindler

Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm BST)
Quarter-Finals

Ian White/James Richardson v Simon Whitlock/Steve Beaton
Joe Cullen/Darren Webster v Mensur Suljovic/Danny Noppert
Jonny Clayton/Steve West v Adrian Lewis/Stephen Bunting
Daryl Gurney/Gerwyn Price v Ryan Searle/Martin Schindler

Semi-Finals
Final

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Day Two of the International Darts Open

It is time for day number two during this year’s International Darts Open.

The sixteen matches yesterday have been completed and therefore we are ready for day two. Today it will be great, because now the seeded players enters the tournament.

First, Kim Huybrechts will face Martin Schindler, who beat Ron Meulenkamp yesterday. Later, Gerwyn Price will be in action where he will face John Henderson. The Bookmakers consider Price as the favorite, but with the form he has shown in the last six months, nothing is sure.

Dave Chisnall is also on the afternoon program, where he faces James Richardson before Jermaine Wattimena and Danny Noppert close down the first session of the day.

The evening’s session starts with last weeks winner, Ian White, to face Jelle Klaasen. Then Simon Whitlock will battle against James Wilson.

Max Hopp will play against Steve Beaton, who got through to tody after a close match with Vincent van der Voort.

Later, Adrian Lewis, who is once again among the seeded, is facing Terry Jenkins.

Ryan Searle and Robert Marijanovic will try to keep up their good level, but it may be difficult as they meet Peter Wright and Daryl Gurney respectively.

But where is Michael van Gerwen? The world’s number one has decided to go on a small holiday with the family and therefore he is not included this weekend.

You can see all matches below and remember that the matches can be watched on PDC.TV from one o’clock.

Saturday September 15
Second Round

Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)
Kim Huybrechts v Martin Schindler
Darren Webster v Mickey Mansell
Mervyn King v Steve West
Stephen Bunting v Barry Lynn
Gerwyn Price v John Henderson
Jonny Clayton v Steve Lennon
Dave Chisnall v James Richardson
Jermaine Wattimena v Danny Noppert

Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm BST)
Ian White v Jelle Klaasen
Simon Whitlock v James Wilson
Max Hopp v Steve Beaton
Joe Cullen v Ross Smith
Adrian Lewis v Terry Jenkins
Mensur Suljovic v Ryan Joyce
Peter Wright v Ryan Searle
Daryl Gurney v Robert Marijanovic

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Magnus Caris will chase some european success

For the third weekend in a row, it is been time for darts from the European Tour.

It is Friday and so it’s time again for darts. This time it is the International Darts Open, which takes place in the SACHSENarena in Germany.

The first match is between Steve Lennon and Patrik Kovacs. The Hungarian is too many a somewhat unknown name and there is also no doubt that Steve Lennon is the favorite in this match.

A little later on the day, Ron Meulenkamp will go up against Martin Schindler. This match must be the most interesting in the afternoon session. Especially if both players can hit something that resembles of their top level.

The afternoon will be closed by Jelle Klaasen, who will face Jose Justicia.

In the evening, the represent from the PDC Nordic and Baltics enters the stage, and for once it is not Darius Labanauskas, but Swedish Magnus Caris. However, Caris has not got the best draw, because he will face John Henderson.

After that, Robert Thornton faces Danny Noppert before Ross Smith faces young Kyle Anderson.

Late in the evening, Robert Marijanovic is heading for Jan Dekker. Marijanovic played magnificcent two weeks ago, but a week ago in Holland, there were far up to the top level. Jan Dekker can not know how strong an opponent he is facing.

The evening ends with the biggest match of today. Here, Steve Beaton faces Vincent van der Voort. On paper this could be a very good match, especially the psychic can play a major factor.

And then it may have occured to people that Adrian Lewis has not been mentioned at all. He has otherwise been a safe name during this year’s European Tour.
And he is once again. The Englishman has performed so well that he has advanced in the rankings so far so he has been seeded. That’s why we first get to see Jackpot tomorrow.

Otherwise, as always, you can watch the whole day’s program below and as always, the games appear on PDC.TV from one o’clock.

Friday September 14
First Round
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)    

Steve Lennon v Patrik Kovacs
Terry Temple v James Richardson
Dirk van Duijvenbode v Mickey Mansell
Ron Meulenkamp v Martin Schindler
Ricardo Pietreczko v Ryan Searle
Barry Lynn v Dawson Murschell
Michael Plooy v Steve West
Jose Justicia v Jelle Klaasen

Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm BST)
Magnus Caris v John Henderson
Robert Thornton v Danny Noppert
Ross Smith v Kyle Anderson
Terry Jenkins v Matthew Dennant
Ryan Joyce v Gabriel Clemens
James Wilson v Adam Huckvale
Robert Marijanovic v Jan Dekker
Steve Beaton v Vincent van der Voort

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Ian White won Dutch Darts Championship

Last night, the winner of the Dutch Darts Championship was found and it became Ian White.

It is rare for people to shoot at Ian White when they are to make their bid for a tournament winner. Nevertheless, it was the experienced English who won the Dutch Darts Championship yesterday.

Ian White started the day in great style when he scored just over 99 average against Mervyn King and won by 6-2. In the quarterfinals it went even better, where it became a 6-1 win over Adrian Lewis.

In the semifinal, White was up against Peter Wright, who quickly put himself ahead by 3-0. That did not beat White, and with great play, White fought back in the match and eventually he could go from there with a win by 7-4.

In the final, White stood opposite the young Ricky Evans, who had played a nice tournament until then. However, the final was not as high a level as the rest of the day, in fact White played with the lowest average he had played throughout the day.

However, there was never the great doubt about the outcome. The only time Evans was in front, was when he brought himself up by 2-1. White ended up winning the match by 8-5 and could therefore call himself the winner of the Dutch Darts Championship 2018.

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Final day of the Dutch Darts Championship

It is time to find the winner of the Dutch Darts Championship 2018.

It is Sunday and as always on the European Tour, it means we must find a winner. It is already clear that it will not be home ground favorite Michael van Gerwen. World number one lost by 6-1 to William O’Connor yesterday.

And it is self-same William O’Connor who is in action as the first today. Here he meets English Ricky Evans.

Then the two young players Joe Cullen and Daryl Gurney will meet each other. Despite the fact that Gurney has enjoyed most success of the two, Joe Cullen is leading 6-3 after the nine times, the two have meet each outer.

After that, Ritchie Edhouse will play Ross Smith before the only remaining Dutchman will take the stage. It is Jeffrey de Graaf, who is heading for Australian Kyle Anderson.

Today’s first major showdown is between Peter Wright and Dave Chisnall. Peter Wright has to be named favorite for the title now, but Dave Chisnall proved last weekend that he can play really nice darts.

Today’s last three matches stands between Simon Whitlock and Darren Johnson, Adrian Lewis and Josh Payne and eventually Ian White against Mervyn King.

After the break, it’s time for quarterfinals, semifinals and the final.

As always, you can get an overview below and you can see all the matches from one o’clock on PDC.TV

Sunday September 9
Third Round
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)
William O’Connor v Ricky Evans
Joe Cullen v Daryl Gurney
Ritchie Edhouse v Ross Smith
Kyle Anderson v Jeffrey de Graaf
Peter Wright v Dave Chisnall
Simon Whitlock v Darren Johnson
Adrian Lewis v Josh Payne
Ian White v Mervyn King

Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm BST)
Quarter-Finals
O’Connor/Evans v Cullen/Gurney
Edhouse/Smith v Anderson/De Graaf
Wright/Chisnall v Whitlock/Johnson
Lewis/Payne v White/King

Semi-Finals
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Final
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Danish Darts Open will be back in 2019

The PDC published the program for 2019 yesterday, and the Danish Darts Open will be back.

There has been talks about it for a while, but yesterday it got public. Danish Darts Open will be back in 2019, more precisely from the 14th of June till the 16th.

So once again the scandinavian crowd will have the opportunity to watch Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright and all the other guys up close.

As soon as the tickets are up for sale, we will give you guys a heads up.

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The second day of the Dutch Darts Masters

Dutch Darts Masters continues today and we will see the big names.

It’s day two in Holland and it’s time for the big names to enter the tournament. The first match of today’s program is Steve West against Ricky Evans.

After that, Mervyn King faces Darius Labanauskas, who got through to today with a 6-3 win yesterday.

Afterwards, Dave Chisnall will take the stage where he will go up against Rowby-John Rodriguez, who, unlike his little brother, got through to the second round.

The afternoon’s program will be closed when Adrian Lewis meets Wayne Jones.

After the break, Max Hopp will jump on stage and meet Ross Smith. Max Hopp has not had very big results lately, so a victory will be needed for the young German.

Later in the evening we will also see Daryl Gurney, Peter Wright and Michael van Gerwen. The last match of the evening is between Simon Whitlock and Spanish Cristo Reyes.

All matches can be seen below and can be watched from one o’clock on PDC.TV

Saturday September 8
Second Round
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)
Steve West v Ricky Evans
Mervyn King v Darius Labanauskas
Dave Chisnall v Rowby-John Rodriguez
Joe Cullen v Barrie Bates
Darren Webster v Josh Payne
Gerwyn Price v Darren Johnson
Stephen Bunting v Jeffrey de Graaf
Adrian Lewis v Wayne Jones

Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm BST)
Max Hopp v Ross Smith
Ian White v Arron Monk
James Wade v Ritchie Edhouse
Daryl Gurney v Ryan Searle
Peter Wright v Kevin Painter
Michael van Gerwen v William O’Connor
Jonny Clayton v Kyle Anderson
Simon Whitlock v Cristo Reyes

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Labanauskas is up for another Euro Tour

The European Tour continues this weekend and this time it is in Maastricht, Holland.

Michael van Gerwen will once again try to win a title on the Europa Tour in this weekend. There are, in turn, 47 other players who will try to keep him from that.

Today it is the first round and there are some exciting names amongst.

The day starts with Kevin Munch against Darren Johnson. Kevin Munch is probably best remembered for his victory against Adrian Lewis at the World Championship in December, which really set off Lewis’ massive downturn.

In addition, former BDO world champion Jelle Klaasen is also in action today. He meets Barrie Bates.

Then the first of today’s two Rodriguez-brothers will be in action. 24-year-old Rowby-John will meet Robert Marijanovic, who made a great figure last weekend.

The representative of PDC Nordic and Baltic is once again Darius Labanauskas, who is heading for Toni Alcinas. Darius had some troubles with the doubles last weekend, so let’s hope that is not the case today.

After the break, one of the home favorites, Jeffrey de Zwaan, is in action. If he can find the level from The World Matchplay, he must be considered incredibly dangerous when he has so big a crowd to cheer for him.

In the middle of the evening-session, the other of the Rodriguez-brothers comes on stage. It is the 17-year-old Rusty-Jake, who made a good figure in the Danish Darts Open. He will go up against Ross Smith.

Then we also get Robert Thornton and Kyle Anderson in action, meeting Arron Monk and Christian Bunse respectively.

The day will be closed when last week’s finalist, James Wilson, meets Cristo Reyes.

The program of the day can be seen below and all matches will be visible on PDC.TV from one o’clock.

Schedule of Play
Friday September 7

First Round
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)    
Kevin Munch v Darren Johnson
Karel Sedlacek v William O’Connor
Barrie Bates v Jelle Klaasen
Rowby-John Rodriguez v Robert Marijanovic
Ryan Searle v Andy Boulton
Ricky Evans v Jan Dekker
Toni Alcinas v Darius Labanauskas
Josh Payne v Dirk van Duijvenbode

Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm BST)
Jeffrey de Zwaan v Wayne Jones
Jeffrey de Graaf v Paul Nicholson
Dawson Murschell v Ritchie Edhouse
Kevin Painter v Vincent van der Voort
Ross Smith v Rusty-Jake Rodriguez
Robert Thornton v Arron Monk
Kyle Anderson v Christian Bunse
James Wilson v Cristo Reyes

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Final day of the German Darts Championship

Today, the German Darts Championship will be decided and Dave Chisnall must have a lot of confidence.

It’s Sunday, so it’s time to find this year’s winner of the German Darts Championship.

However, we must first have a look at yesterday’s matches when Dave Chisnall made a new record on the Euro Tour. With an average of no less than 118.66, Chizzy won by 6-0 against Mark Webster.

Then we saw both Gerwyn Price and Stephen Bunting being eliminated before the favorites again lived up to their favorite worth.

However, we also saw Simon Whitlock and Ian White being thrown out yesterday, meaning that Michael Rasztovits and Terry Jenkins are in for the final day.

And Rastovits will start today. Here he meets Rob Cross, who yesterday beat Kyle Anderson by 6-5. Then Mensur Suljovic will play against Darren Webster before James Wilson and Robert Thornton play.

Michael Smith must try to beat Ron Meulenkamp, ​​who, after an exciting match yesterday, was the man who beat Stephen Bunting.

Then there is a really exciting showdown in which Daryl Gurney meets Adrian Lewis, who continues to show he is heading back to the top of the rankings.

Joe Cullen will then try to beat Jan Dekker before Chizzy goes on the stage. The Englishman must go into the fight with a huge amount of confidence when he meets Terry Jenkins.

The last match of the third round is between Michael van Gerwen and Martin Schindler. Then the usual break will come, and in the evening the quarterfinals will be ready, with subsequent semi-finals and finals.

As always, the games can be seen on PDC.TV and you can also get an overview of the matches below.

Sunday September 2
Third Round
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)
Rob Cross v Michael Rasztovits
Mensur Suljovic v Darren Webster
James Wilson v Robert Thornton
Michael Smith v Ron Meulenkamp
Daryl Gurney v Adrian Lewis
Joe Cullen v Jan Dekker
Terry Jenkins v Dave Chisnall
Michael van Gerwen v Martin Schindler

Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm BST)
Quarter-Finals
Cross/Rasztovits v Suljovic/Webster
Wilson/Thornton v Smith/Meulenkamp
Gurney/Lewis v Cullen/Dekker
Jenkins/Chisnall v Van Gerwen/Schindler

Semi-Finals
Final

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